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Birda Mae' s Recipe Corner:Grilled Sesame Wings


                                                      2- 1/2 to 3 pounds chicken wings
                                                      1/2 cup hoisin sauce
                                                       3 Tablespoons toasted sesame oil
                                                       2 Tablespoons of rice wine vinegar
                                                        2 Tablespoons soy sauce
                                                         1 Tablespoon grated fresh ginger
                                                        1-1/2 teaspoon of hot sauce
                                                         2 garlic cloves smashed into a paste using edge of chef's knife
                                                         1/2  teaspoon ground cloves
                                                          1Tablespoon sesame seeds

1.  Prepare a meduim hot charcoal fire .  With the  chef's knife cut off wing tips .  Separate the remaining wing pieces by cutting through the joint.  Transfer to a large bowl

2.  In  a small bowl,combine the hoisin sauce,sesame oil ,vinegar, soy sauce ginger, hot sauce, garlic and cloves. Whisk to combine and spoon out  2 Tablespoons to set aside.  Pour the remaining sauce over the chicken wings and toss to coat.

3.Grill the wings basting for the first 15 with any sauce left in the bowl and turning with tongs every 5 minutes or so to prevent burning. Continue to grill until all the wings are very dark,slightly crisp and cooked through
20-25 minutes total.  transfer the wings to a clean bowl, drizzle on the reserved sauce, sprinkely on the sesame seed and serve immediately with  plenty of napkins.  I got this recipe


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I guess I picked a good one this time
I will be featuring appetizers all this month

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